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Use "uncomprehension" in a sentence
"Her look was one of total uncomprehension, but he spoke for his own benefit as much as hers."
""Beat him with it," he said, and laughed at her look of complete uncomprehension."
"The reaction of startled uncomprehension among the British public and press to recent events in the north must suggest to perceptive young Unionist men and women that partition has created a political twilight zone."